Crawford is likely to be ringside for the Horn-Corcoran fight alongside his trainer Brian McIntyre and promoter Bob Arum. If Horn beats Corcoran he is set to defend his title against Crawford in Las Vegas in April, and Horn’s trainer Glenn Rushton wants to deliver the American a message that his first defeat is looming. “I want Jeff to be brutally effective on December 13 and to show Terence Crawford sitting there at ringside that Jeff is bigger, stronger and a better puncher than him,’’ he said. “Corcoran is a strong, aggressive English guy and this will be the Battle of the Smashers, not the Ashes. Corcoran has flaws in his footwork and openings and if he decides to go toe-to-toe with Jeff, he’s going to get smashed. Jeff Horn can show he’s a big finisher. Picture: AAPSource:AAP “Jeff will outbox him and hit him from all kinds of angles. “I reckon Jeff can stop him in eight, but if he gets the chance earlier he’s going all out for the KO to show the world that he’s a big finisher. “We want to show Terence Crawford just what’s waiting for him next year. The Americans are very confident that they have Jeff’s measure but we will shake up that confidence on December 13.’’ Crawford, who is unbeaten in 32 fights, has been installed as the mandatory challenger for Horn’s title after destroying everyone before him on his way to unifying the world junior-welterweight titles at 63kg. The American has a promotional contract with Arum, while a Crawford bout would be the second in Horn’s two-fight deal that he signed to secure his world title shot against Manny Pacquiao in July. British fighter Gary Corcoran. Picture: Steve Brockerton/Shutterpoint PhotographySource:Supplied Horn says he has only lifted since beating Pacquiao for the WBO crown in one of the great days of Australian sport and expects to fight even better against Corcoran. “Bob Arum wants to keep my world title in his control,’’ Horn said. “He wants one of his fighters to hold on to that belt. He’s got a two-fight deal with me, so Terence Crawford would be my last one. It depends if we are going to renegotiate a contract or whether he wants Terence to win because of their long-term deal. “Bob has said he